Illustrates how to combine two new and crucial areas of C++ programming, the Standard Template Library and the MFC library. Discusses key terms and definitions, plus how to build simple applications with both the STL and MFC. Numerous programming examples are provided. Softcover. DLC: C++ (computer program language).
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In order to take full advantage of the features of this book, you should In order to take full advantage of the features of this book, you should have a basic programming familiarity with developing both procedure-oriented and object-oriented C++ applications for both the command line and Windows environments. Our role will then be to introduce you to key STL and MFC components. YouÕll then learn how to combine these components into working MFC Windows applications using the STL.
The Standard Template Library brings robust programming power to the Visual C++ programmer. This book is divided into three basic sections. In the first section youÕll learn the fundamentals of using the STL in command-line applications. The second section introduces you to the world of object-oriented MFC Windows programming. The third section shows you how the STL and MFC libraries can be combined to produce powerful new Windows applications for both Windows 98 and 2000.
Join Pappas and Murray for a practical look at the power of combining the STL and MFC libraries in simple straightforward programming applications. YouÕll then be able to add your own programming expertise to build robust applications of your own.
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Join veteran authors Murray and Pappas in MFC Programming in C++ With the Standard Template Libraries, which clearly illustrates how to combine two new and crucial areas of C++ programming- the Standard Template Library and the MFC library.
Each library is presented as a stand-alone concept, and each subtopic is tirelessly examined with numerous programming examples. You'll learn key terms and definitions, plus how to build simple applications with both the STL and MFC.
In the third section you'll find the real power of this book. Murray and Pappas skillfully integrate the earlier sections and teach you how to build MFC Windows applications using the STL. You'll find practical examples of how the power of the STL can be brought into the MFC Windows programming environment. These examples are powerful, concise, and on the cutting edge of contemporary C++ programming.
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Book Description Prentice Hall PTR, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 013016111X